trophi


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trophi

(ˈtrəʊfaɪ)
pl n
the mandibles or other parts of an insect's mouth
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A method based on the internal structure of hard parts of the mastax (henceforward: trophi) has been recommended for ecological studies (De Smet, 1998; Obertegger et al., 2006); however, there are still some gaps and discrepancy in descriptions of trophy morphology for certain species.
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When needed, animals were dissolved in a sodium hypoclorite solution to allow examination of trophi. Information about varieties and forms is provided because rotifer taxonomy is still under discussion.